The 'British' Miller's patent

Made:
c.1904 in Manchester
maker:
J T Chapman Limited

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The 'British' Miller's patent magazine camera made by J.T. Chapman Ltd, Manchester in around 1904. Fitted with a Wray R/R lens and T/P shutter, speeded 1/15th to 1/90th sec 1/4 plate negatives. With large detachable view finder, lever focusing. Flap front. These models have the focusing lever for left hand working, behind the large view finder. late model of the Miller patent magazine camera. The flap front and large view finder distinguish it from the 1890 model.

Details

Category:
Photographic Technology
Object Number:
Y1966.28.49
type:
magazine camera
credit:
Gift of J.T. Chapman Limited

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